20 Most Recent JVC RX-1028V Receiver - Page 7 Questions & Answers

do you think we can decipher this rubbish
go play your games some where else

JVC Audio... | Answered on May 13, 2018

Check CP901 (ICP-N10-T) in power the supply board. The normal state is a conductive device, in case of protection, it becames an open circuit. Substitute it by a new one.

JVC Audio... | Answered on May 13, 2018

Yes you can. You will need a cable with two phono plugs on them. If it has a front mounted socket use that. Set the phone volume to no more than half and use the JVC volume to control it.

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JVC Audio... | Answered on May 12, 2018

Try unplugging it.Also hold your finger on button while opening.This problem might be why it was in the 2nd hand shop

JVC Audio... | Answered on May 10, 2018

You can search for the remote on-line, the manual should give you a model number of the remote. So you can search for that. If it is expensive or not unavailable, then get a good quality universal one. Preferably one that searches for the device itself, which will save you messing around looking for the codes.

JVC Audio... | Answered on Apr 29, 2018

Could be an open internal fuse or spontaneous power supply failure

JVC Audio... | Answered on Apr 26, 2018

That label on the lower right of your photo shows the polarity connections. It looks like the (+) is on the inner connector and the (-) is on the outer or shell. You need a 12 volt power supply of at least 1 amp rating. You can buy a power supply from radio shack that will have different plugs so you can choose the one that fits. Just make sure the polarity is set correctly. If your not sure bring the turntable into radio shack and ask him for a power supply for it.

JVC Audio... | Answered on Apr 05, 2018

So if you're trying to amplify the sound coming out of your TV to an amplifier you need to connect the output on the back of your TV on the receiver to the end audio input on the back of your receiver you might need different types of connections on each end but as long as you take the output on the TV and input it into your receiver your receiver will amplify the sound another way you could do it is to go inside the TV and connect two wires off of each of the two wires of each speaker leaving the internal speakers connected and then plug them in to the audio inputs on your receiver also if you're using one of the audio outputs on TV make sure you go into the menu and tell it you're using external speakers Good Luck Chuck

JVC Audio... | Answered on Mar 28, 2018

roflmao - I just upgraded my phone from a samsung galaxy s4 and the AT&T tech laughed as he asked me how i managed to keep mine working so long.

you likely need a new phone dude. the easy solution: get a new one.

JVC Audio... | Answered on Mar 08, 2018

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